|Video Updates Featuring Jennifer Tilly Nude
|Jennifer Tilly Nude In Seed of Chucky|
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Ah yes, Chucky is back, bloodier (and funnier) than ever, in 2004's Seed of Chucky.
Chucky (at least in this latest version) is definitely played for laughs, and even the bloodiest, nastiest scenes are done in humor, and to totally gross out the viewer.
The dolls don't have a straight line, although there is an actual pathetic and kindly demeanor from the "son", who really isn't too sure about this killing thing.
Jennifer Tilly, who plays herself (and also does Tiffany's voice), is hilarious, and while she doesn't do nudity, she sure flops them all over the place.
Fans of Chucky and/or extremely gory flicks will like this one. People who like their horror more subtle and thoughtful should take a pass.
|Jennifer Tilly Nude In Jericho Mansions|
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Taut and stylish psychological thriller about an agoraphobic apartment building superintendent (James Caan) who suffers from
bizarre visions of a man covered in blood wandering aimlessly in the desert. When one of the tenants turns up dead, he
compiles a long list of suspects, including the building's owner (Genevieve Bujold), the dead man's wife Jennifer
, and, because of his mysterious dreams and inexplicable behavior, himself.
Also Starring: Johanne McKay
- Studio: Monarch Video
- Run Time: 98 minutes
- Format: Color, NTSC
- DVD Release Date: April 30, 2004
|Jennifer Tilly Nude In Hollywood North|
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Bobby is the golden boy and everything in life has gone his way. Bored and looking for a challenge, he buys the film rights to "Lantern Moon," a classic and touching Canadian novel. Bobby, once again, is seeing gold. That's before Hollywood gets its hands on it. Through a riotous turn of events which sees an aging and manipulative actor's plunge into paranoid insanity, a novelist seeking damages for watching her life's work ruined, Bobby losing control of his ideal vision, and an on-hand documentary crew catching the debacle on film, "Lantern Moon" becomes "Flight to Bogota," and Bobby's dream spirals out of control. Starring Jennifer Tilly and Deborah Kara Unger.